The research group »Prehistoric Phenomena« investigates the decisive changes in human models of society and life that can be observed from the early Holocene to the beginning of the Metal Ages (ca. 10th to 3rd millennium BC) in the area from Asia to Southeast Europe. The focus is on the first sedentary agricultural cultures in the Neolithic, their socio-cultural structures as well as technological and innovative processes up to the emergence of the first proto-urban societies in the course of the Copper and Early Bronze Ages.

 


Online Repositorium Prehistoric Anatolia
Pusta Reka Research NEOTECH Project
Visualizing the Unknown Balkans
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Prehistoric Anatolia
Pathways to the Late Neolithic of Central and Western Anatolia
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Kalba
Prehistoric Sirvan
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Neolithic and Early Bronze Age finds from excavations at the citadel of Midea 2004–2006
Burial Practices in the Southern Pre-Pottery Neolithic Levant
Characterisation of Early Neolithic chert resources in the Pusta Reka region
Characterisation and provenance studies of Lower Palaeolithic stone tools from Karain Cave
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A new Approach for Golden Treasures
Households at the Dawn of the Bronze Age
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The Role of Households at the Dawn of the Bronze Age
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Platia Magoula Zarkou in Thessaly
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Survey of the prehistoric surroundings of Pergamon
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Interactions of Prehistoric Pyrotechnics in Crafts and Trades
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Early Textile Production in the Anatolian-Aegean World
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Aegean prehistory: Neolithic and pre-palatial Crete
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Modelling the Neolithic